National Geographic reports that wild geckos usually eat insects, but some species may also occasionally consume fruit and flower nectar. About.com states that leopard geckos are the species of gecko most commonly kept i... More »

Leopard geckos feed on insects, such as crickets, earthworms, roaches and meal worms. They prefer to eat live insects, and most refuse to eat dead prey. If keeping leopard geckos in captivity, it is important to feed the... More »

In captivity, leopard geckos can live more than 20 years with adequate care, but this figure is usually much lower for geckos that live in the wild due to disease and predation. Leopard geckos are popular reptilian pets ... More »

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Leopard geckos feed on insects, such as crickets, earthworms, roaches and meal worms. They prefer to eat live insects, and most refuse to eat dead prey. If keeping leopard geckos in captivity, it is important to feed the... More »

In the wild, common house geckos, which are indigenous to southeast Asia but have become invasive species in the United States, Australia, and parts of South America and Africa, eat various types of insects and spiders. ... More »

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Geckos eat a variety of food items, including insects, arachnids, mollusks, small vertebrates and other small animals. Additionally, some geckos consume fruits and flower nectar. There are approximately 1,500 gecko speci... More »

Leopard geckos live to be 15 to 20 years in captivity on average, although some survive to age 30. Geckos in the wild have a much shorter lifespan due to predators, injury and disease, which can all be avoided in captivi... More »